Copy Support fails

  • From: "NeilC" < >
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  • Subject: Copy Support fails
  • Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2012 15:01:47 -0400

Copied from the bug report.....

I think I may have discovered where this problem comes from.

When I create new projects, I always store the project in the NetBeans 
Projects
folder in My Documents and copy the files for the project into my WAMP via the
project set up window.

I have just been going back over the NetBeans documentation and videos (for
Symfony, Doctrine and Symfony2) and I see that typically projects are created
NOT in the NetBeans Projects folder but in the WAMP folder for the specific
project eg wamp/www/DEQU rather than 
C://user/mydocuments/netbeansprojects/dequ

The way I am doing it, there are an enormous number of files to copy across,
especially when I am updating or installing the vendors packages. 
Additionally,
I am creating problems for myself because if I run a file in my "NB Project" 
it
is not the same as running that file in the WAMP.... Stupid on my part, I
apologise for sending you on a potential wild goose chase.

But I am interested to know if that is the way that all PHP projects should be
set up. I am so used to doing it via the "copy" method to get the files from
the Netbeans Projects folder to the WAMP, that I have never actually 
questioned
whether this was the correct way to do it or not.

Also, I guess I could also copy the files in the reverse direction, ie from 
the
WAMP to the NetBeans projects folder.[/i]






Copy Support fails

NeilC 10/09/2012

Re: Copy Support fails

Tomas Mysik 10/09/2012

Copy Support fails

NeilC 10/09/2012

Copy Support fails

NeilC 10/09/2012

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